About IBH Psychological Services
IBH Psychological Services offers interventions for adults, children, and families and assessments for adults and children. We deliver cost-effective, quality treatment integrated into the client/patient’s medical care as needed.
Our mission is to create, promote, and maintain a respectful positive relationship with our clients, medical and mental health colleagues, school professionals, payers, associates and staff, and our community.
Behavioral Psychology
This intervention is provided by independently licensed psychologists. The format of these services are individual, couple, family, and/or group sessions. All age groups are treated. Treatment is tailored to the needs of the individual and guided by an individualized treatment plan based on comprehensive bio-psychosocial assessment of the individual and his/her/their family.
 Psychological Assessment
Services provided to client/patients include a comprehensive bio-psychosocial assessment, multi-method, multi-trait assessment instruments based on the referral question, and a written psychological report. Six to eight weeks from the onset of the first appointment is the minimum time period required to complete an assessment.

Staff

Sheryl Lozowski-Sullivan, M.P.H, Ph.D.

Sheryl Lozowski-Sullivan, M.P.H, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Sheryl is the founder and director of IBH Psychological Services. She began practicing in 2008 and started her current practice in 2013. Sheryl focuses on adults (18+) with medical conditions such as obesity, insomnia, chronic pain, chronic fatigue, headaches, smoking, irritable bowel syndrome, cancer for individual or family therapy. She also works with children (3-17 years) with gastrointestinal problems, enuresis (daytime or nighttime wetting), and encopresis (bowel incontinence) for behavioral intervention/parent training.
Education
Bachelors of Science from University of Michigan, 1986
Masters of Public Health from University of Michigan, 1990
Masters of Arts from Western Michigan University, 2006
Doctor of Philosophy from Western Michigan University, 2011
Alec Sullivan

Alec Sullivan

Clinical Operations Manager

Alec develops changes to our day-to-day operations so that the practice becomes more accessible, environmentally friendly, and up-to-date. He also manages problems with billing and insurance claims. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Comparative History of Ideas and Global Health at the University of Washington in Seattle. He is currently studying for his Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health at Wayne State University in Detroit. Alec plans to continue developing health programs.

Arlene (Ferguson) Kemp

Arlene (Ferguson) Kemp

Licensed Social Worker

Arlene completed her Master in Social Work (MSW) at Western Michigan University. She has been in the social work field for 17 years. Her specialties are family therapy, early childhood interventions for preschool age and children on the autism spectrum. Arlene has a vibrant and outgoing personality and it shines in clinical practice. She loves board games and carefree novels.
Patricia Hinckley

Patricia Hinckley

Licensed Professional Counselor, Holistic Psychotherapy

Patricia is a board certified Licensed Professional Counselor and Clinical Hypnotherapist. Prior to joining our practice, she owned and operated Mattawan Counseling Center.  Her clinical expertise includes hypnotherapy, women in transition, disordered and emotional eating, families with adoption issues, cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia and Tourette’s/Tic Disorders.  Holistic psychotherapy utilizes traditional and non-traditional therapies for the purpose of integrating mind, body and spirit.  Holistic psychotherapy services include traditional talk therapy and non-traditional therapies including hypnosis, heart-centered hypnotherapy/regression therapy, breath therapy and guided imagery.  Patricia is the author of two cookbooks, a memoir entitled “Stonewalled,” and co-author of a fiddle tune book “Michigan Jamboree.” Her fifth book is for women in transition will be published this fall and used as a guide for group therapy.
Jane Godbehere

Jane Godbehere

Office Manager

With almost 20 years in mental health, Jane brings a wealth of expertise to the office. She schedules and reviews insurance benefits with our clients. She keeps us educated on ever-changing mental health and insurance policies. Jane, along with Shannon, are “the face” of our practice, welcoming everyone who arrives. She believes the most important thing that she brings to the practice is a smile. She loves crafting, cats of all kinds, and biographical novels.

Shannon Sullivan

Shannon Sullivan

Health Administrator

Shannon schedules and reviews insurance benefits with our clients. She takes the lead on creative projects for our practice. Shannon, along with Jane are “the face” of our practice,  welcoming everyone who arrives from the front desk. Shannon is currently studying Behavioral Science at Western Michigan University. She enjoys cooking and reading.
Jud Gilbert

Jud Gilbert

Clincial Coordinator

Jud coordinates referrals from physicians. He follows up with providers at multiple times during the course of therapy and treatment. In addition, he credentials our clinicians with insurance panels. Jud graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Philosophy. He enjoys comedic arts and participates with improvisational and sketch comedy groups in the area.

Resources

Recommended Reading:

Bibliotherapy: All books are evidence-based treatments.

Parenting
  • The everyday parenting toolkit: the Kazdin Method for easy, step-by-step, lasting change for you and your child. by Alan E. Kazdin Ph.D. & Carlo Rotella Ph.D. (2014)
  • Parenting the Strong-Willed Child: The Clinically Proven Five-Week Program for Parents of Two-to-Six-Year-Old, Third Edition by Rex Forehand Ph.D. & Nicholas Long, Ph.D (2010)
  • Siblings Without Rivalry: How to Help Your Children Live Together So You Can Live Too by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish (2012)
  • How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish (2012)
  • How to Talk So Teens Will Listen & Listen So Teens Will Talk by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish (2006)
  • Coping Cat Workbook by Philip C. Kendall, Ph.D., ABPP & Kristina A. Hedtke
  • Parenting from the Inside Out: How a Deeper Self-Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive by Daniel J. Siegel M.D. Mary Hartzell M.Ed. (2014)
  • Treating Explosive Kids: The Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach by Ross W. Greene M.D. & J. Stuart Ablon Ph.D. (2005)
  • The Kazdin Method for Parenting the Defiant Child by Alan E. Kazdin Ph.D. (2009)
  • Talking Back to OCD: The Program That Helps Kids and Teens Say “No Way” — and Parents Say “Way to Go” by John S. March M.D. MPH & Christine M. Benton (2006)
  • Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions: Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Help Your Child Regulate Emotional Outbursts and Aggressive Behaviors by Pat Harvey ACSW LCSW-C & Jeanine Penzo LICSW (2009)
  • Optimistic Parenting: Hope and Help for You and Your Challenging Child by Mark Durand Ph.D. (2011)
OCD
  • Freeing Your Child from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Powerful, Practical Program for Parents of Children and Adolescents by Tamar E. Chansky Ph.D. (2001)
  • Stop Obsessing! How to Overcome Your Obsessions and Compulsions by Edna B. Foa and Reid Wilson (2001)
Anxiety
  • Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life for Teens by Joseph V. Ciarrochi PhD, Louise L. Hayes PhD, Ann Bailey M Psych, & Steven C. Hayes PhD (2012)
  • Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic: Workbook (Treatments That Work) by David H. Barlow Ph.D. & Michelle G. Craske (2006)
Eating Disorder
  • Help Your Teenager Beat an Eating Disorder by James Lock M.D. Ph.D. & Daniel Le Grange Ph.D. (2005)
ADHD
  • Taking Charge of ADHD, Third Edition: The Complete, Authoritative Guide for Parents by Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D. (2013)
  • Taking Charge of Adult ADHD by Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D. (2010)
Neurodiversity
  • Neurodiversity: Discovering the Extraordinary Gifts of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and Other Brain Differences by Thomas Armstrong Ph.D. (2010)
  • The Power of Neurodiversity: Unleashing the Advantages of Your Differently Wired Brain by Thomas Armstrong Ph.D. (2011)
  • Seven Kinds of Smart: Identifying and Developing Your Multiple Intelligences by Thomas Armstrong Ph.D. (1999)
Trauma
  • Reclaiming Your Life from a Traumatic Experience: A Prolonged Exposure Treatment Program (Treatments That Work) by Barbara Rothbaum Ph.D., ABBA, Edna Foa Ph.D., & Elizabeth Hembree Ph.D. (2007)
Depression
  • Overcoming Depression One Step at a Time: The New Behavioral Activation Approach to Getting Your Life Back by Michael Addis & Christopher Martell Ph.D. (2004)
  • Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life: The New Acceptance and Commitment Therapy by Steven C. Hayes Ph.D. & Spencer Smith Ph.D. (2005)

Southwest Michigan Resources

– Autism Spectrum

AutismAlliance of Michigan

Autism Alliance of Michigan (AAoM)
26500 American Dr.
Southfield, MI 48034

Help Line: (877) 463-AAOM
Office Line: (248) 436-5606
Help Email: navigator@aaomi.org
General Email: info@aaomi.org

AAoM helps families navigate autism by offering free case management services, web-based information and personalized assistance with general and specialist navigators for expedient access to services and resources at any age in Michigan.

Autism Treatment and Research

Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research Intensive (Residential) Program and Dr. Heersma’s Outpatient Clinic
9616 Portage Rd.
Portage, Michigan 49002
Telephone: (269) 250-8200
Fax: (269) 250-8339
Email: glcinfo@resopp.org

Western Michigan University Kalamazoo Autism Center

4200 S Westnedge Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008

Phone:(269) 459-7821

Western Michigan University’s Kalamazoo Autism Center collaborates with the Department of Psychology to provide Applied Behavior Analytic services in the following areas to children and young adults aged 2 to 21: Pre-academic (learning to learn) skills, communication skills, group skills, play skills, daily-living skills, vocational skills, severe behavior services, parent training, etc.

Kalamazoo Battle Creek Autism Society

814 South Westnedge

Kalamazoo MI 49008

(269) 326-3023

info@kalamazooautismsociety.org

The Kalamazoo/Battle Creek Autism Society provides support group meetings, parent mentorships, family fun events, and educational workshops.

CHADD - Children And Adults With Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

As a national non-profit, tax-exempt [Section 501(c)(3)] organization, Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) provides education, advocacy and support for individuals with ADHD. In addition to our informative website, CHADD also publishes a variety of printed materials to keep members and professionals current on research advances, medications and treatments affecting individuals with ADHD, including Attention magazine, Attention weekly, a free electronically mailed current events newsletter, as well as other publications of specific interest to educators, professionals and parents.

– Intermediate School Districts

Kalamazoo RESA

Service Center: Mon – Thurs, 7:30am – 4:30pm | Fri, 7:30am – 3:30pm

1819 East Milham Ave.

Portage, MI 49002

(269) 250-9200

The Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency provides innovative and responsive educational services to educators and learners through leadership, collaboration and support. For a full list of programs, see the website here http://www.kresa.org

Van Buren Intermediate School District

Van Buren Intermediate School District

490 South Paw Paw St.

Lawrence, MI 49064

Phone: (269) 674-8091

Fax: (269) 674-8030

The Van Buren Intermediate School District (VBISD) exists to provide educational and support services to its varied constituencies.

Southwest Michigan Eating Disorder Association (SMEDA)

Southwest Michigan Eating Disorder Association (SMEDA) is a non-profit organization focused on treatment and education surrounding eating disorders.

P.O. Box 20095

Kalamazoo, MI 49019-1095

123smeda@gmail.com

– Physical Health

Helen DeVos Children's Hospital

Helen Devos Intensive Feeding Program

360 Lafayette Ave SE, Suite 400 MC078,

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Phone: (616) 486-6870

Fax: (616) 454-6898

http://www.helendevoschildrens.org/IntensiveFeedingProgram

The Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital Intensive Feeding Program helps children as young as 12 months old learn to eat and drink in positive and productive ways. The features of Intensive Feeding Program for Children include the Day Treatment Program and Inpatient Program. Day treatment includes a minimum of three daily therapeutic feeding sessions with program staff, typically during Monday through Friday, and typically completed in six to eight weeks. The Inpatient Program is designed to serve children with medical risk factors that require 24-hour care. Once a child’s medical needs stabilize, he or she typically transitioned to the day treatment program to complete treatment.

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Michigan Chapter

2265 Livernois Road, Ste 410

Troy, MI 48083

Phone: (248) 269-8759

Email: detroit@cff.org

The Foundation provides funding for and accredit more than 120 cystic fibrosis care centers and 53 affiliate programs nationwide. The high quality of specialized care available throughout the care center network has led to the improved length and quality of life for people with CF.

Cheff Therapeutic Riding Center

Cheff Therapeutic Riding Center

8450 N. 43rd Street
Augusta, MI 49012
Phone: (269) 731-4471
Fax: (269) 731-2990

Opened in 1970 as the first therapeutic riding center built especially for the purpose of serving those with special needs in the North America, the Cheff Therapeutic Riding Center strives to focus on what individuals can accomplish, not on what they cannot. Today, the Cheff Therapeutic Riding Center serves riders of all ages who have physical, emotional or cognitive disabilities.

Wayne State County Developmental Disabilities Institute

Wayne State County Developmental Disabilities Institute

4809 Woodward Avenue, Suite 268

Detroit, MI 48202

Phone (Toll Free): (888) 978-4334

Phone (Voice/TTY): (313) 577-2654

Fax: (313) 577-3770

Email: middi@wayne.edu

Our mission at DDI is to contribute to the development of inclusive communities and quality of life for people with disabilities and their families through a culturally sensitive statewide program of interdisciplinary education, community support and services, research and dissemination of information.

The Developmental Disabilities Institute at Wayne State University is Michigan’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities provides statewide programs designed to enhance the lives of persons with disabilities, including the following services: education to individuals, professionals, paraprofessionals, parents and persons with disabilities, support to communities, systems and service providers, evaluation of programs and services, and research on disability issues.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

DBSA chapters are volunteer-run and many of the numbers listed are personal phone numbers. Due to this, please be considerate of the time of day you are calling. Also, please remember these are not crisis lines. If you are in need of emergency assistance, please call 911 or 800/273-TALK. When contacting chapters via email, please put ‘DBSA’ in the subject line.

Michigan

Meetings take place on Mondays, from 7-9pm at:

Chapel Hill United Methodist Church

7028 Oakland Drive

Portage, MI 49024

Kalamazoo/Portage

DBSA Kalamazoo

Contact 1: Steve Zylstra

Phone: (269) 370-0150

Contact 2: Connie Bohm

Additional Phone: (269) 664-4569

Email: dbsakazoo@yahoo.com

Website: http://www.dbsakazoo.org

Phone: (269) 599-2782

Email: dbsa.kalamazoo@yahoo.com

Alzheimer's Association Michigan Great Lakes

Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Great Lakes

564 South Main Street, Suite 200

Ann Arbor, MI 48104

The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and related dementias. Our professionally staffed 24/7 Helpline (800.272.3900) offers information and advice to more than 250,000 callers each year and provides translation services in more than 200 languages, support groups throughout the country and connect people across the globe through our online message boards, find clinical trials through our free service Alzheimer’s Association TrialMatch®, deliver 20,000 education programs annually and offer online information in 15 languages, and house the Alzheimer’s Association Green-Field Library, the nation’s largest library and resource center devoted to increasing knowledge about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

The Arc Community Advocates

The Arc Community Advocates

The Arc Michigan

1325 S. Washington Ave.

Lansing, MI.  48910-1652

Phone: (800) 292-7851

Fax: (517) 487-0303

The Arc works with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families to speak up – to voice their wants and needs whether for work, school, housing, or any other area of life.

Advocacy Services for Kids (ASK)

Advocacy Services for Kids (ASK) mission is to empower families raising children with mood, behavior and emotional disorders by providing support, training and advocacy skills, and collaborating with community partners to improve the system of care for children. If you need assistance in navigating the mental health, education, juvenile justice or child welfare system, ASK can help.

Disability Network of Southwest Michigan

Disability Network of Southwest Michigan

Kalamazoo Office

Mon – Fri: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Phone: (269) 345-1516

Toll Free: (877) 674-5209

Fax: (269) 345-0229

517 E. Crosstown Parkway

Kalamazoo, MI 49001

St. Joseph Office

Mon – Fri: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Phone: (269) 985-0111

Toll Free: (877) 674-5209

Fax: (269) 983-4028

2900 Lakeview Avenue

St. Joseph, MI 49085

Forms

Fill out the form at this link and we will have them in our system when you come in for your visit: 

(click here for electronic forms) IBH Insurance Verification Form

 

 

Contact
5320 Holiday Terrace, Suite 3
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49009
Tele : 269.459.1512
Directions:
  • Turn south on 11th Street from Stadium Drive
  • Turn left on Holiday Terrace (about .3 of a mile from Stadium Drive).  This is the same driveway as for the Delta Hotel by Marriott.
  • Turn left into the Westwood Office Park.
  • Turn right immediately and go to Building A (5320)
  • We are in Suite 3 located on the lower level of the building.  You can park out front of the building and use the stairs in the building to go to the lower level; or you can follow the driveway around to the lower level and park outside our door.